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Probably the most common use for Bridge is just simply viewing your photographs. In this day and age, with our digital cameras, we barely hold the button down and we've shot 50 pictures. This, for example, is a guy I met in Texas. And I liked his face and thought the hat was kind of neat. Looked like a nice enough guy, and I just said can I take your picture and as he was telling me his story I just rattled off a bunch. And then also took him in front of some trees and shot a bunch more. So I shot here 98 photographs in a very short period of time.

Now which one do I want to use. Well, I showed you the Preview pane earlier and if I enlarge that I could use the Preview pane. And I could with my loop go in there and see if it's sharp enough. Okay see if that's something I want to use, could do that. That's the old way of doing that. That's the way we did it in CS 3. In CS 4 they gave us a really really nice enhancement which of course is in CS 5 as well a...

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Previewing provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Russell Viers as part of the 11 Tricks for Faster Photo Processing with Bridge and Photoshop

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